Office of Institutional Research & Effectiveness
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Enrollment figures are listed below. The official reporting date for fall and spring semesters is the 12th class day. The official reporting date for summer semesters is the 4th class day.
|Spring||Summer I||Summer II||Fall|
The sequential course study involves tracking the performance of students successfully completing the first course in a series of sequential courses. The cohort tracks students enrolled in the first part of the sequential course during the fall semester to their enrollment in the subsequent course during the following spring semester.
|Fall 2008||Fall 2008|
|Fall 2009||Fall 2009|
|Fall 2010||Fall 2010|
|Fall 2011||Fall 2011|
|Fall 2012||Fall 2012|
Success constitutes the ability of a graduate to gain employment or continue education by transferring to another higher education institution.
Graduate Follow-up is a two-step process. The first setp includes an exit interview which is completed at the time of graduation and consists of questions related to the student's educational experience at the college. The second step is a follow-up survey completed approximately two months after graduation to the cohort, consisting of questions relating to employment and/or continuing education of the graduate.
|Graduate Follow-up Survey Results|
|Program Licensure Reports|
|2007 - 2008||2008 - 2009||2009 - 2010||2010-2011||2011-2012|
The Perkins Basic Grant Program is an annually prepared, self-evaluated, and state-evaluated process that looks at overall effectiveness of Career and Technical Programs (CTE). The Dean of Instruction is the Project Director and contact with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) office. The Dean of Instruction prepares this grant annually requesting funding for CTE programs at the college.
|LSC-O Perkins Grant|
The Automated Student & Adult Learner Follow-Up is a report developed by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. This is an Exit Cohort Report that tracks graduates as well as non-returning students in an academic year to the first semester of the next academic year to determine if the students are continuing their education at any public institution of higher education in the state of Texas. It also determines if a student is employed by matching against the Texas Workforce Commission Unemployment Insurance Wage-Record Database.
|Automated Student & Adult Learner Follow-up|
A student-faculty ratio is calculated every spring and fall semester. The full-time equivalent for students as well as faculty is based on 15 credit hours.
|Spring 2008 -- 16:1||Fall 2008 -- 17:1|
|Spring 2009 -- 15:1||Fall 2009 -- 18:1|
|Spring 2010 -- 17:1||Fall 2010 -- 19:1|
|Spring 2011 -- 19:1||Fall 2011 -- 19:1|
|Spring 2012 -- 16:1||Fall 2012 -- 22:1|
|Spring 2013 -- 16:1||Fall 2013 -- 16:1|
|Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE)|
Student Evaluations of Faculty
Students evaluate the faculty towards the end of every spring and fall semester. Faculty teaching distance education classes taught through the internet are also evaluated. This page contains a summary of the faculty evaluation by department.
|Student Evaluations of Faculty|
|Regular Classes:||Distance Education Classes:|
|Spring 2008||Fall 2008*||Spring 2008||Fall 2008*|
|Spring 2009||Fall 2009||Spring 2009||Fall 2009|
|Spring 2010||Fall 2010||Spring 2010||Fall 2010|
|Spring 2011||Fall 2011||Spring 2011||Fall 2011|
|Spring 2012||Fall 2012||Spring 2012||Fall 2012|
|Spring 2013||Fall 2013||Spring 2013||Fall 2013|
*No evaluations due to Hurricane Ike
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB)